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NFL, major sports leagues announce study showing low rate of heart disease in athletes who tested positive for COVID-19
As the world continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the top sports leagues in the United States are combining their resources to gain a better understanding of the long-term effects of the virus.
Jalen Ramsey on Deshaun Watson: 'I highly doubt he'll ever suit up in a Texans uniform again'
Jalen Ramsey's situation isn't identical to Deshaun Watson's for many reasons. Still, the CB shares an agent, David Mulugheta, with the QB and certainly understands where Watson is coming from in his desire to move on.
Raiders GM Mike Mayock would 'pound the table' for Derek Carr: 'We couldn't be happier with him'
If Raiders general manager Mike Mayock's comments to media members on Wednesday are any indication, Las Vegas doesn't intend to send starting QB Derek Carr packing via trade, not after a career-best campaign.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim: No looming deadline for Larry Fitzgerald to make decision on his future
Cardinals GM Steve Keim said the start of the league year is not a deadline for Larry Fitzgerald to decide on whether he'll return, adding the venerated pass-catcher deserves to make the call on his own time, Omar Ruiz reports.
NFL owners to consider rule that makes roughing the passer penalties reviewable
There are a few notable rule proposals that will be up for debate when NFL owners convene for the Annual League Meeting later this month. NFL Network's Judy Battista reports owners are expected to consider making roughing the passer reviewable and potentially having overtime revert back to sudden death.
Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II sentenced to 14 years in prison for multiple rapes
Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II was sentenced Wednesday to 14 years in prison for multiple rapes and other sexual offenses against five women in Southern California, including one who was homeless when he attacked her in 2018.
Jets GM Joe Douglas 'will answer' if teams call about trading for Sam Darnold
Sam Darnold remains one of the Jets' biggest questions as the offseason begins to fully commence. General manager Joe Douglas said on Wednesday that the team would listen to calls pertaining to its heavily scrutinized QB.
Ten running backs worth pursuing via free agency/2021 NFL Draft/trade
How much interest will Super Bowl LV star Leonard Fournette generate this offseason? What about Najee Harris, the top RB in this year's draft class? Maurice Jones-Drew reveals his top 10 running backs worth pursuing via free agency, the 2021 NFL Draft or trade.
Darren Waller: 'No more excuses' for Raiders, who 'have to make the playoffs' in 2021
The Raiders can officially feel things heating up around them after missing the playoffs again. Star tight end Darren Waller is well aware of this and isn't shying from the reasonable expectation of his team.
Bears GM Ryan Pace on Allen Robinson: 'We want to keep our good players'
Chicago general manager Ryan Pace, when speaking about bringing back WR Allen Robinson, said "we want to keep our good players," but "have to do what's best for the Bears," as it relates to the wideout's contract. As for the team's QB situation, well, "everything's on the table."
Tight end Kyle Rudolph released by Vikings after 10 seasons
Following 10 seasons and two Pro Bowl trips as a member of the Minnesota Vikings, tight end Kyle Rudolph has been released by the team, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Tuesday. The team later confirmed the release.
J.J. Watt: 'The one thing I want for Deshaun Watson is for him to be happy'
While Deshaun Watson has not publicly specified exactly what he wants at this juncture, J.J. Watt knows what he wants for his friend. It's no different than what departing for Arizona provided him -- and, perhaps not coincidentally, former Texan DeAndre Hopkins -- happiness.
Saints exploring trade possibilities involving DT Malcom Brown
The Saints are starting to explore new avenues to find a way under the salary cap with the start of the new league year a little over two weeks away. New Orleans has had trade conversations about potentially dealing DT Malcom Brown.
Jadeveon Clowney expected to be cleared in April, could delay signing with new team
Once a highly-touted edge rusher, Jadeveon Clowney enters free agency with less hype surrounding his name than last offseason. In addition to his subpar 2020 campaign, a recent surgery could impact Clowney's next FA decision.
J.J. Watt to wear No. 99 for Cardinals after receiving permission from Marshall Goldberg's daughter
J.J. Watt has received quite the compliment from the family of Cardinals legend Marshall Goldberg. Goldberg's daughter told TMZ Sports she gives Arizona her permission to unretire her father's number in order for Watt to wear it in 2021 and beyond.
Despite acquiring Jared Goff, Lions leaving no stones unturned in approach to offseason changes
The Detroit Lions have a culture to change and voids to fill in multiple areas of the team's roster, yet that didn't keep the team's new general manager from throwing a bit of signal-caller bait into the conversation Tuesday.
NFL community reacts to J.J. Watt signing with Arizona Cardinals
J.J. Watt is headed west. The three-time NFL AP Defensive Player of the Year announced Monday that he's joining the Arizona Cardinals. The move prompted a slew of reaction on social media from his future teammates and around the league.
Aaron Rodgers donates $1 million to aid 80 small businesses in hometown
After a decade and a half of residing in Wisconsin and becoming an all-world quarterback, Aaron Rodgers hasn't forgotten where he came from. The Packers star has donated $1 million to help 80 small businesses in his hometown of Chico and all of Butte County, California.
Chiefs GM Brett Veach: O-line will include 'blending' veterans with new talent in 2021
After two injuries at tackle forced the Chiefs to roll out an offensive line smattered with backup blockers, Kansas City's high-powered offense found itself stuck in the deepest of ruts in Super Bowl LV, watching Patrick Mahomes repeatedly run for his life against Tampa Bay's highly effective base rushes. K.C. GM Brett Veach hinted at his plans to remedy the team's O-line ills.